Is hydrogen worse for the environment than natural gas?

An article published recently by Sky News warns of the hidden costs of hydrogen; Energise’s Head of Net Zero, Sarah Legg, shared her thoughts on the role and future of hydrogen in our transition to Net Zero

My career and how I ended up in the world of carbon

This piece is brought to you by Energise’s Head of Net Zero, Sarah Legg. In her own words, she walks us through the steps that got her to the position she holds today and the values she built along the way

The case for early adaptation

By Energise Head of Strategy Kesi Courtman

CDP: the business case for measuring your climate impact

The consultancy team at Energise is well-positioned and experienced with CDP to assist you in responding in the best way – read on to find out more…

How to calculate your business emissions in a WFH world

Most workplaces still haven’t got around to tackling carbon reporting under the WFH scenario – Energise have a brand-new resource to guide you

National Careers Week: Looking at success through the magnifying glass

By Energise CEO Tamsin Alsbury for National Careers Week 2021

Webinar: Overcoming the policy hurdles of reaching net zero

In case you missed this live webinar, you can catch up here

‘Energy sector’s financial models must change to avoid perverse incentives on road to net zero’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero about how the sector can encourage a faster shift to net zero behaviours

‘Most businesses have poorer data than they need to be able to take action on net zero’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the fifth of a series of podcasts titled ‘Counting Carbon’

‘The sector has a long way to go in terms of using data effectively to drive down emissions’

That’s the suggestion from Simon Alsbury, Managing Director of Energise, who spoke to future Net Zero News Editor Jonny Bairstow in the fourth of a series of podcasts titled ‘Counting Carbon’